We must learn the lessons from this crisis & ensure our society is defined by solidarity & compassion, rather than insecurity, fear & inequality – Jeremy Corbyn

"The major crises we face as a society cannot be solved by the market. Cornonavirus, the climate emergency, huge levels of inequality.. these can only be solved by people working together, & not against each other." - Jeremy Corbyn.

Neo-liberalism & the de-regulation of the labour market have dangerously exposed the whole population to the #COVID-19 virus – Adrian Weir

"A difference between now & in WWII was the emergency powers during the War allowed the government to requisition property. The current Government though is only interested in the regulation of people... Absent from the Bill is any infringement on the so-called rights of the holders of private property." - Adrian Weir, Campaign for Trade Union Freedom.

Jeremy Corbyn – We must ensure the most effective action is taken to protect people in every community, for reasons of public health as well as social justice #covid19

"Rent needs to be suspended for those adversely affected by the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The government’s three-month ban on evictions should be extended to six months."Jeremy Corbyn Dear Prime Minister, Thank you for our meeting on Monday evening and for sharing with me the draft emergency legislation in response to the coronavirus outbreak.…

We need measures equal to the economic & public health emergencies upon us – Len McCluskey

"We urgently need for the government to introduce now the sort of measures that we have seen implemented in our competitor nations, including paying workers 75 per cent plus of their salary while they are forced to be at home as has been introduced in Denmark & Holland." - Len McCluskey, Unite the Union


We are in an unprecedented situation – we need a response commensurate to that challenge. Rebecca Long Bailey’s 12 point minimum plan, #COVID19.

"At a time like this we need to urgently come together to protect each other, no matter what it takes, but for those at greater risk and those who are already financially insecure we need to start moving mountains - and fast."